Teach Yourself XML

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Wiley, Sep 1, 1999 - Computers - 522 pages
Extensible Markup Language (XML) allows Web page developers to combine text, images, and design techniques using a method more sophisticated than HTML. This sophistication comes at a price -- a more difficult learning curve. Teach Yourself XML provides a visual workbook of exercises, tools, and practice sessions to give you the building blocks to XML, from understanding markup and character data to using extended links and building styling tables. Combine this with no-nonsense writing and expert insight, and you've got a winning solution for mastering XML at your own pace.

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Contents

Part h XML Basics
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XML Building Blocks
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Contents
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Copyright

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About the Authors Sandra E. Eddy specializes in writing both how-to and reference books about the Internet, Windows, and Windows applications. Until she became a full-time freelance writer in 1993, Ms. Eddy was a documentation manager and technical writer for a major software company. From 1984 to 1993, she wrote and edited user and technical manuals for both PC- and mainframe-based computer programs. Ms. Eddy is a senior member of the Society for Technical Communications. She is the author of the following books from IDG Books Worldwide: HTML in Plain English, XML in Plain English, and The GIF Animator's Guide. John E. Schnyder is a software trainer and technical writer. He has co-authored four other computer books.

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